I just noticed that Antjack has made a video of Chapter 10 of "Invasion", when Anjolie first meets the twins.
It's a bit different from the story, but it's worth a look.
I wanted to produce a non-porno version of "Anatomy of Invasion" for my nearest and dearest to read, so I've posted a new version of the story under her pseudonym.
The new story is called "Thaw."
A few people contacted me to warn about plagiarism, but happily that was never the case.
I've always loved the MindWorms, and I'm writing a new story, which is a homage to Tabico, Dr Esterhazy and William Lee.
Tabico's "Mindworms" stories, and William Lee's "I-Toys", are still up on mcstories, but the Dr Esterhazy story "The Plague Maiden" disappeared a while ago, although it's still possible to find it on the Internet.
I'm being quite explicitly science fiction in this one, and I've tried to create a scenario which gives the worms a good chance of getting it right this time.
I think it will be called Anatomy of an Invasion
I'd like to hear from you if you're interested in giving some feedback about early drafts, or if you have ideas for nice things that those worms might do to people.
I've written about 30,000 words right now, but there's still more to write, and I'd like to take my time over editing, so it may be months before the story is up; there were a few glitches in "Little Indians" that I wouldn't want to repeat.
I have the last chapter of "Little Indians" waiting to go out, but I'm a little bit uncertain about it.
I have very much enjoyed writing a new story after a break of seven years or so, but will feel a little sad to be bidding farewell to Penn, Madeleine, Jane, Tsanja and their friends and relations.
I look at the ending I have chosen, and can't work out if it is a big win, or a sad demise. I oscillate!
I actually think that the story is quite a positive one, and hope that the horrific elements haven't turned too many people away.
I would be very much interested in knowing how people perceive the world I've immersed myself in for the last six months.
I've put up the first parts of my new story. It's my first story in seven years, so I'd like to hear what people think of it. I'm still proof-reading the final sections, so it will be a big one when it's finished.